New Year’s Eve Bash

Eliana is excited for a New Year’s Eve sleepover at her aunt and uncle’s house.

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The New Year’s Eve bash begins with make-your-own pizzas.

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Let the feasting begin!

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Root beer—a rare treat indeed.

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I’m hungry.

Me, too.

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Sorry, boys. Next up are the little people.

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Who knows what Salt and Pepper are up to!

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The three littlest.

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Pretty interesting pizzas!

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The finishing touch.

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Voila!

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Now it’s the big boys’ turn.

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I don’t need no steenkin’ rolling pin.

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Ellie’s face is priceless. Having lived most of her life in the low-ceilinged trailer, she has never been privy to this display.

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Where did it go?

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Just kidding. He’s a pro. Only his progeny get it stuck in the ceiling fan.

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Scott: I like the rolling pin method. It’s safer.

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The rest of the evening was filled with general merriment,

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goofiness,

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and craziness.

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There was also a homemade ball that dropped, but New Year’s Eve is not a time for this photographer to get pictures. It’s all this photographer could do to stay awake! In fact, this post is making this writer hungry and tired. Good night.

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